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Can you like rock artists in the 70s and 80-s? Check out Gene Simmons from KISS on VH1, Tommy Lee (the drummer from Motley Crue) likely to college on NBC, or the lead singer from Warrant on Celebrity Fit Club. Like hip-hop? Bobby Brown has his own show...

Is it me or are we seeing more and more celebrities and former celebrities on the C or D list on television in these days? Virtually anywhere you look o-n tv you will get former stars trying to make a comeback.

Would you like heavy metal artists in the 70-s and 80s? Take a look at Gene Simmons from KISS on VH1, Tommy Lee (the drummer from Motley Crue) going to college on NBC, or even the lead singer from Warrant on Celebrity Fit Club. Like hip-hop? Bobby Brown has his own show on Bravo. Child artists more your thing? Joey McIntyre danced up a storm on Dancing with the Stars.

What about aging sports stars? Jose Canseco is among the housemates on The Surreal Life 5, and all of us got to see Evander Holyfield strut his stuff on ABC this summer. Hulk Hogan has their own show on VH1. Celebrity Source includes extra information about the inner workings of it.

We also provide the chance to find out television stars from past ages remember Balki on Perfect Strangers? Hes also one of many roommates about The Surreal Life 5. Willie Aames from Charles in Charge and Eight is Enough is on Celebrity Fit Club. Who didnt love John OHurley (of Seinfeld recognition) o-n Dancing with the Stars?

Comediennes even have a place on reality television. To learn more, consider having a gander at: look into the celebrity source. Victoria Jackson was good on Saturday Night Live today shes trying to lose weight on Celebrity Fit Club. Kathy Griffin has her very own show on Bravo called, interestingly enough, My Entire Life on the D List.

Reality television is even going so far to really have the children of rich and famous people star in their shows. Elizabeth! has an exhibit called Filthy Rich Cattle Drive, where the children of the rich and famous must rough it on the ranch.

I dont know about you, but my favorite reality displays are ones where the stars are real people. I do believe its great to see some one considered a regular individual (or average) succeed with an archive contract or with a big